Acquire SAP ERP skills to future ready your Business IT career
According to a McKinsey study in the US, 60% of the occupations could have 30% or more of their activities automated by technology. Technology skills are fast becoming essential to perform in future jobs.
SAP ERP skill is one of the most sought-after technology skill in the employment market today as it is required in 80% of Fortune 500 companies.
Our SAP ERP training delivers you the practical skills required to design, configure, and implement SAP ERP systems. Learners will gain in-depth knowledge on how to support business operation within specific functional or technical domains, for e.g. Finance (FI), Materials Management (MM), Sales and Distribution (SD), and Advanced Business Applications Programming (ABAP). We provide non-invasive learning for working professionals with our blended learning delivery and mentoring support. Learning is now possible even for time-strapped individuals. Upon acquiring the skills required, we also provide job assistance for learners eager to pursue a full-time career as a SAP ERP analyst.
Our training is highly affordable with up to 95% SkillsFuture funding and SkillsFuture Credit claimable.
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Learners will gain in-depth knowledge of how SAP ERP systems support business operation within specific functional or technical domains in an enterprise e.g. Finance (FI), Materials Management (MM), Sales and Distribution (SD), and Advanced Business Applications Programming (ABAP).
Learners can use SAP Learning Hub & Lithan LMS for e-learning and SAP server access for performing simulated Lab Exercises and Module Projects.
The Functional Modules are dependent on which track learners decide to specialise in, namely:
1. Finance (FI)
2. Materials Management (MM)
3. Sales and Distribution (SD)
4. Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP).
Learners will also be eligible to take SAP vendor certification after completion of the boot camp.
Our blended learning solution combines online content and e-learning with offline, face-to-face learning.
Online, learners can engage in self-paced e-learning with 24/7 access to econtent. For learners who need more help, virtual tutors will be available to provide 1-on-1 support regarding course materials or technical matters.
Offline, learners will attend flipped class lectures. By preparing for class, learning will be more active and effective as guidance can be given to ensure the correct skills are learnt. Through mentoring workshops which range from group mentoring sessions to 1-on-1 mentoring sessions, learners can be assured that assignments and projects can be completed effectively using relevant skills.
With access to our virtual labs, learners will be able to practice on proprietary software hands-on. Each learner will also be part of our peer-2-peer forums to engage in guided peer to peer learning with additional help from mentors and learning facilitators.
Finally, through assessments, learners can ensure that their knowledge is retained, learning outcomes are achieved and progress towards skills mastery.
We have 5 delivery modes to provide a complete online and offline learning experience. First, face-to-face delivery with campus lectures, mentoring sessions and short group work sessions. Second, livestream delivery for online flipped classroom and online live mentoring. Third, self-paced delivery as leaners have access to learning materials and video lessons online. Fourth, helpdesk support for 1-on-1 guidance for course material questions and technical issues and finally, peer-2-peer delivery with forums for discussions with coursemates.
Frequently Asked Questions
As the market leader in enterprise application software, SAP SE is at the center of today’s business and technology revolution. SAP SE enjoys enviable market position -- nearly 80% of the Fortune 500 use SAP software for processes like inventory planning, and 63% of worldwide financial transactions are processed through SAP software at one point or another (Fortune magazine).
SAP software provides many areas for a career development and you can decide which path is best for you. A functional path (Financials, Materials Management, Sales & Distribution, or Human Capital Management). Alternatively you might favour a technical area: ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming).
SAP software provides many areas for a career development, and you can decide which path is best for you.
SAP Finance modules deal with finance related topics. An SAP FI consultant is responsible for the implementation of Financial Accounting system in the organization.
SAP Material Management module basically handles issues related to procurement of raw material and vendor management.
SAP Sales and Distribution is one of the largest functional modules. Issues like Sales Order processing, Pricing, Picking, Packaging, Shipping, Billing, etc. all come under this.
SAP ABAP (Advanced Business Application Programming) is a technical module by SAP. It basically helps in building the mainframe business applications for other aspects of business like finance, material procurements, and more.
SAP Human Capital Management module contains various sub-modules like Administration, Recruitment, Time Management, Payroll, Compensation Management, Personnel Cost Planning, Budget Management, Personnel Development, Training & Event Management, etc.
The end user is someone who is responsible for entering business data and executing business transactions on a daily basis. Power (key) user responsibilities extend further, such as managing master data, troubleshooting, and training of end users.
Another description for SAP Technical Consultant would be the developer consultant. These Consultants do the required ABAP, JAVA coding, and programming required in the development of the required system.
Companies are not looking specifically for a specific SAP Module developer, rather for ABAP developers. Some employers might be looking for ABAP developers who also have experience in FI, CO, or MM modules so this could be your objective. As a developer, you need to know at least the basic configuration settings to be able to troubleshoot the errors in the business logic.
A must for every ABAP developer is knowledge of ABAP, which includes creating reports, Data dictionary knowledge, ALV grid, User Exists, BADI implementations, BAPI, ABAP Objects, and so on. The primary responsibility of ABAP developers is knowledge about the parts of a product life cycle: Analysis; Technical design; Programming (development and deployment); and Maintenance (troubleshooting, debugging skills).